The Sun tells the FA, it's not worth it
So, there has been a lot of criticism for the FA over the death of homosexual footballer Justin Fashanu from an extremist clique of gays called OutRage
demanding the the Football Association do, errrm... something, after the death of Fashanu. But today The Sun asks
, is it really worth it
Gay footballers are very few and far between in this Country. The gay population is also very small, particularly in the working class areas of our cities. It's a blight of society in those middle-class suburbs of the South, where ponces spend their Daddy's money on Savage Garden
CDs rather than footy boots, but really not a widespread problem. And yet, the FA is being criticised for not taking action? The Sun asks
, Why should they!
What can the FA actually do about this situation? Invest in some kind of time machine? Because no matter how much the FA do, Mr. Fashanu is no longer of this Earth, and surely that is the most important point of this overblown controversy? Yet OutRage
and probably lots of other gay organisations think that the FA should be making football more accessible to queers. Where will this end? Should we have glitter on the kits instead of numbers? Should we bring back those ridiculously tight shorts of the 1980's? How about giving out free Brazillian waxes at football grounds? Julian Clary would surely approve.
So really, the Sun asks the FA to continue with their current policy. There is no crisis over homosexuals in football - the death of Justin Fashanu is simply a tragic consequence of a variety of factors. Perhaps the FA should have been more sympathetic to Mr Fashanu and his family, but we at The Sun
are glad that they have not sold the soul of our national game for the loony left to tamper with.
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